VENTURES INTO THE DEEP by Leonard Wibberley


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From the first deep live with self contained underwater breathing apparatus (scuba) through many other experiences Leonard Wibberley makes very vivid and personal the attractions and the dangers of this hobby. The panic he fought during his duffer the results of inexperience and foolhardiness, the value of training, drills, and the ""buddy"" system precede his tales of diving off the California coast and in the Fiji From a sunken trolley car to whales, morays, sharks, , from the submarine colors to the sense of reversing evolution, from the troubles with his moustache and his to the hazards of he never forgets that the ocean is always trying to kill him for any mistake, and his accounts of all he has seen and done in his dives make up a definitely individual book in this field. For his particular followers as well as all those committed to scuba diving.

Pub Date: April 30th, 1962
Publisher: Ives Washburn